Charleston Conference Recap and Resources

I am currently working to put together a data-visualization-for-collections listserv and wiki, but I am happy to share my powerpoints, resources, and LibGuide from the preconference and presentations I delivered at the Charleston Conference. Data Visualization from Scratch Preconference LibGuide Rolling with the Punches…And Punching Back: The Millenial Librarian’s Approach to Library Budgets and Acquisitions […]

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Collaboration is the New Leadership: When to Lean in and When to Lean Back

View from Big Bend National Park

Below is a short excerpt from my forthcoming chapter in Millennial Leadership in Libraries, which is being compiled and edited by the incomporable Ashley Krenelka-Chase. Look for the book to be published in early 2017 by Hein. “In the 21st century, the digital revolution shows no signs of slowing down. To remain relevant, any institution, […]

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Acquisitions Institute

Crossing the Streams: Trialing and Investigating New Format Resources from Lindsay Cronk I returned from the Acquisitions Institute at the Timberline Lodge so energized and full of ideas around how we in collections can advocate for authors rights. Stay tuned for a forthcoming blog post on how well I manage to turn that idea into […]

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ER&L Recap

COUNTER Point: Making the Most of Imperfect Data from Lindsay Cronk ER&L is one of my favorite conferences each year. Content is always so solid, Austin is an awesome city (and a short drive), and I get to spend time with my people, all of us in libraries who precariously straddle the many processes associated […]

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